The Critter Team Can Treat Bats And Wild Animal Control Problems

If you’re in charge of the maintenance for a building, including your apartment complex, school, health club, golf course or other public place, you should consider The Critter Team bat removal team’s services. These professional and experienced professionals can do more than just remove bats from window sills and chimneys. They will help prevent future bat infestations and get rid of birds and rodents that are a problem with human contact. If you have bird or rodent droppings on windows, roofs, building walls or grounds, contact The Critter Team to get it removed right away.

A great many people are intimidated by wildlife removal, even when there is no live animal on site. Professional wildlife contractors understand this. It’s part of their job to make sure that they and the public are comfortable and safe around all wildlife. The experts at The Critter Team have been trained in a variety of approaches to wildlife removal, including the use of a control method called main bat control.

Main bat control involves baiting a system of hidden cameras designed to capture images of bats and other wildlife. Once the images have been captured, an operator at The Critter Team can identify the species with a high degree of accuracy. Because bats are nocturnal creatures, the hidden cameras will most often be active during the hours when the animals are not usually out looking for food, but instead sleeping or nesting. The Critter Team’s technicians can then make arrangements to relocate the wildlife in question to an area of the property where it will not threaten people and their homes.

Bats and other wildlife often leave droppings behind that are difficult to clean up. Window sills, chimneys and roof tops are prime spots for bats to leave droppings, including bat droppings, wood-destroying insects and bird droppings. These materials often make it difficult for the average person to clean up, making regular bat removal services necessary. Many people unknowingly allow bats and other wildlife to colonize in their homes by leaving moist, unincorporated areas of their property open to the elements. A moist environment makes it easy for bats and other wildlife to feed on human or pet food, creating new habitats for them to inhabit.

As mentioned earlier, bat infestations are common in parts of the United States. Many homeowners unknowingly allow bats to build up in their homes through neglect, and failure to keep up with maintenance. For example, window sills and roof edges can provide perfect conditions for bats to colonize and form colonies, and many people do not notice this until they experience strange noises or see droppings on their ceilings or walls. The best way to bat control is to regularly inspect your house for signs of colony or bat activity and address the problem as soon as possible. If you believe there may be wild animal control issues with your home, contact a local pest management service.

When handling bats and wildlife removal, it is important to wear gloves and masks, protective goggles, and protection for hands and feet. This is especially critical if dealing with live animals. Bats can inject toxins and inject themselves with diseases, so using a needle can prove deadly. Handles, eyes, and mouth pose the greatest risk to wild animals, so they should never be exposed to the elements on their own. Using a mask when handling any type of wild animal helps prevent serious damage or injury from occurring. Gloves and masks are also helpful in keeping your hands clean when putting on and removing your gloves and masks during your wildlife removal job.

Some homeowners may choose to hire a wildlife removal team to handle the bat problems on their property. However, it is important to be aware that bats can easily relocate if left unchecked for long periods of time, meaning that the first few nights of your wild animal removal service may turn out to be very bad for the bats. The team should use strong pesticides on the bats to exterminate them, but the chemicals will have to be used in an enclosed area to avoid harm to the bats themselves. The homeowners should call the wildlife removal service as soon as the bats begin to arrive on the property so that treatment can take place before any damage takes place.

It is always best to consult with a professional wildlife specialist whenever you are having bats and wildlife removal conducted on your property. They can provide valuable advice for minimizing bat infestations, advising homeowners to take immediate action whenever any bats are spotted on the sills, roof edges, or inside the home. Professional pest control services can also provide advice for safely transporting bats and other wild or domestic animals, if relocation is necessary.